Kim is a long-time supporter and user of freelance talent. She believes in the model from both the association and freelancer perspective. She knows there's a lot of talent in our community and it’s in our collective best interest to connect that talent to the associations who can benefit from it.
She figured out a long time ago that, as an employer, she needed to be flexible about creating the workforce she needs. It’s not always an employer-employee relationship that works best for both parties. Hiring freelancers – and ultimately supporting them in their freelance work – is another tool in her project delivery toolbox.
The opportunity to be a part of launching .orgfreelancer was a logical next step in connecting outstanding professionals to the associations that need them.